Trouble spot

Lane, Charles
July 1998
New Republic;07/06/98, Vol. 219 Issue 1, p6
Explores the differences between the 1998 ethnic conflict in Kosovo, Serbia and the 1992 conflict in Bosnia and Hercegovina. Causes of the conflicts; Ideal analogy by which to understand the atrocities in Kosovo; Implications for the U.S.-led military intervention.


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